**AUTHORS:**S. O. Edeki, G. O. Akinlabi, I. D. Ezekiel

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**ABSTRACT:**
In this paper, we obtain analytical solutions of a system of time-fractional coupled Burger equation
of one-dimensional form via the application of Fractional Complex Transform (FCT) coupled with a modified
differential transform method (MDTM) in comparison with Adomian Decomposition Method (ADM). The
associated fractional derivatives are defined in terms of Jumarie’s sense. Illustrative cases are considered in
clarifying the effectiveness of the proposed technique. The method requires minimal knowledge of fractional
calculus. Neither linearization nor discretization is involved. The results are also presented graphically for
proper illustration and efficiency is ascertained. Hence, the recommendation of the method for linear and
nonlinear space-fractional models

**KEYWORDS:**
Fractional calculus, Adomian decomposition method, fractional complex transform, MDTM,
coupled Burger equation.

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